Obamacare will benefit some sectors more than others, but poor economy and pricing pressures are the biggest challenges most health-care firms must face.
Detroit is leaner and greener and ready to meet the pent-up demand of consumers driving aging gas guzzlers.
Supply glut, warm weather, and rock-bottom prices challenge producers.
Apple’s growing market power, intensifying competition challenge sector.
The sector is still largely cyclical, but companies with moats will be in the best position to take advantage of long-term secular trends.
Consumer defensive stocks, though fairly valued, still offer opportunities for investors concerned about safety.
When basic-materials stocks fall prey to doom-and-gloom scenarios, investors can gain profits that aren’t just cyclical.
Wear, tear, and competition will drive a comeback in this sector.
Each specialty retail segment is not like the others; our analysts have scoured the industry’s credit offerings to find the best deals.
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